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The life and death of Texas German

著者: Hans Christian Boas; American Dialect Society.
出版商: Durham : Duke University Press for the American Dialect Society, 2009.
丛书: Publication of the American Dialect Society, no. 93.
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This volume presents the first major study of Texas German as spoken in the twenty-first century, focusing on its formation and the linguistic changes it has undergone. This New World dialect, formed more than 150 years ago in German communities in central Texas, is an unusual example of a formerly high-status dialect that declined for sociopolitical reasons. An important case study for dialect research, Texas  再读一些...
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类型/形式: History
附加的形体格式: Online version:
Boas, Hans Christian, 1971-
Life and death of Texas German.
Durham : Duke University Press for the American Dialect Society, 2009
(OCoLC)681756050
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所有的著者/提供者: Hans Christian Boas; American Dialect Society.
ISBN: 9780822367161 0822367165
OCLC号码: 288932945
描述: xii, 345 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
内容: German immigration to Texas --
New Braunfels 1845/2000 --
Diglossia --
The founding period 1845/50 : diglossia or standard-with-dialect? --
German language domains 1850/90 --
German language domains 1890/1920 --
German language domains 1920/60 : diglossia English/Texas German --
German language domains 1960/2000 : language Shift --
Texas German in the Twenty-First Century --
German sprachinseln around the world --
Koineization : and new-dialect formation --
Donor dialects of Texas German --
Setting the stage for determining dialect-specific features in Texas German --
Development of the vowel system --
Consonants --
Other phonological developments --
Evaluation of phonological data --
Case in German --
Word order --
Loss of preterite --
Number --
Gender --
Language death --
Why is Texas German dying? --
Language attitudes and language maintenance.
丛书名: Publication of the American Dialect Society, no. 93.
其他题名: American Speech. $n vol. 83 (Supplement)
责任: Hans C. Boas.

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Comparing and contrasting present-day data with data from the German dialects brought to Texas since the 1840s, this volume offers an analysis of mutual interaction between the German-speaking  再读一些...

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